Nukeproof Bikes

Built For Endurance And Good Looking

nukeproof pulse bikeMountain bikers are called to attention once again after the unleashing of new mountain bikes by Nukeproof. Carbon fibers and titanium have once again come together to bring us awesome new wheels to race up the steepest slopes. Racers are called to head to Nukeproof shops and check out the new improved Nukeproof Pulse originally designed from one of the world cup winning models. It boasts a sleek, longer and slackish design generated by top racers and experts from the Nukeproof team and already has other racers sweating for their titles. It comes with a 3-stage Fallout Linkage suspension, T6 6061 aluminum frame construction, 1.5” head tube, ISCG 05 mounts, SRAM PC-X1 chain, Nukeproof Element Single lock-on Grips and a custom triple-butted hydro formed tubing.

The Range

The Nukeproof series give racers a perfect rush when riding through the highest altitudes that be. The new 2016 MEGA model also dubbed “The original big mountain race bike”, for instance, has been specifically spiced for races like Megavalanche where starting is at the highest altitude, then bikers descend down to the finish line. The SCOUT model comes with a sweet twist of dynamics when riding. The trails feel the burn when they get hit by this entry. For the long riders, the SCOUT series comes with good comfort even during top speeds and allows for superb handling too. It is good on the rocks and also the smoothies, and for those racers who want to hit every track, Nukeproof has come up with THE DIGGER, a kit that can handle most terrains with ease to the rider. It comes with a cool adaptable frame that blends both the mountain and road bike’s geometry which allows the rider to explore more terrain in every space visited.

The Evolution Of Mountain Biking

With these three new top series, the MEGA, SCOUT and DIGGER, mountain racers will have to agree that the evolution of the enduro series has just seen something off the charts – coupled with the entry of the Nukeproof Pulse edition.